EdNews Colorado reports about a meeting of the To Be Determined (TBD) Advisory Group gathered at the University of Denver’s Ritchie Center on Tuesday, July 24. The advisory group was being briefed on the results of 70 community meetings held last April and May and of six regional “summits” held in June. To Be Decided was started started by Gov. John Hickenlooper as a bottom-up effort to inform and get feedback from citizens across the state about key issues facing Colorado, specifically education, transportation, health care, the state workforce and the state budget.
The TBD organizers will consider those suggestions and do further analysis from data gathered at the earlier meetings as they prepare their final report. Their report will be submitted to the Governor and lawmakers. Governor Hickenlooper was at the meeting Tuesday. Read the full story to hear his comments.
To Be Determined (TBD) is being run by an independent non-profit group, not by the governor’s office, and is funded by private donations.
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